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Subaru Outback, Wagon, SUV
#2807 of 3414 2011 Subaru Outback Prem 2.5i - auto/CVT
Feb 19, 2011 (10:08 am)
For those who are thinking about a new Outback, the incentives are pretty good right now. I just purchased the following:
2011 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium with auto/cvt
(PZEV version mandatory in MA)
packages: all-weather with power moon roof package
negotiated price: 25,517
Doc fee of 300
plus the non-negotiable MA state items were extra: Title fee, Registry fees, Sales tax extra
Since we were both smiling after the negotiations, I got the feeling that there was even more on the table, but I'm happy with this deal.
Negotiate! Negotiate! Negotiate!
#2808 of 3414 Subaru Outback Negotiation
Feb 19, 2011 (2:26 pm)
In the market for a 2011 Outback 3.6L Limited package and looks like MSRP is $31495 (Destination and Delivery additional $725). Should I be able to get it for 30K+D&D?
#2809 of 3414 Good Price??? Outback 2.5 Limited
Feb 19, 2011 (7:53 pm)
We live in MD and just bought an Outback 2.5 limited w/all weather floor mats, wheel locks, popular equip group 2A which includes puddle lights, rear bumper guard and splash guards for $26,890.00.
What's the verdict???
#2810 of 3414 Good Price??? Outback 2.5i premium auto/cvt, with AWP, Power moonroof
Feb 20, 2011 (1:11 am)
I am curious about if anyone can tell me if I got a good deal or not. I wish I would have looked at this forum yesterday, before I purchased my new 2011 OB today.
I bought a 2011 OB 2.5i Premium auto with CVT, with AWP, power moon roof, floor mats/all weather, rear bumper cover and splash guards.
Suggested Retail Price on the sticker was $28443. With lots of time invested in researching prices, I was able to get it for $25,634 (before taxes/fees). Is this a good price?
Also does anyone have any thought about their Gold Plus extended service contract? They offered it to us $1,100 for 7 years. Is this a good price or not needed? We have until Monday to change our mind if we want to get this plan.
#2811 of 3414 Re: Good Price??? Outback 2.5 Limited [tamone1]
Feb 20, 2011 (6:05 am)
? sticker price?
? tax & Tags included/ out the door?
not enuf info yet...
#2812 of 3414 Re: Good Price??? Outback 2.5i premium auto/cvt, with AWP, Power moonroof [cathyv1]
Feb 20, 2011 (11:47 am)
Sounds like your price on the car is very good! What is the deductible on the warranty? $1,100 is a great price if you're looking at low or no deductible.
#2813 of 3414 Shopping for Outback Premium
Feb 23, 2011 (11:14 am)
Interested in 2.51 Prem. with auto/CVT, AWP, rear bumper cover, floor mats and moldings. Best offer to date is $25,000. Good deal?
#2814 of 3414 2011 outback premium w/ PZEV and All weather package
Feb 23, 2011 (8:42 pm)
Please bare with me...I'm new to the forum world.
I may be able to purchase a new 2011 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium CVT with PZEV and All Weather Package for $24988 (without taxes, licensing, etc). Is this a good price? As I understand it, this is below invoice, but I'm not convinced when the dealer says "I'm not making any money on this". I've researched this to death (TMV, invoice, many dealers in our area). I'm ready to purchase but just can't get myself to put the money down unless I know whether or not I am "getting a good deal". I'm happy haggling a lower price, but can't determine what a low price would be (that is, what is the lowest price someone has been able to purchase this same car for?). TMV doesn't tell you that.
I'd appreciate any feedback and advice.
#2815 of 3414 2011 Outback 2.5i Limited with moonroof
Feb 23, 2011 (10:06 pm)
Hello, I am in Minnesota and just got a quotation from Morries Subaru for 2011 Outback 2.5i CVT limited with power moonroof. Dealer also provides free two years oil change and car wash and free lifetime powertrain Warranty:
Dealer price: $29165+TTL
The dealer said they are one price/non-negotiation store. I don't know if this is a good deal or not. The lifetime powertrain warranty is from the dealer not from Subaru.
#2816 of 3414 Re: Shopping for Outback Premium [bsymom]
Feb 24, 2011 (5:36 pm)
What are the MSRP and invoice on that model? What area are you in? Most people seem to be able to get close, or even below invoice, but the model you describe doesn't have many options so invoice may be a great deal.
Watch the dealer on "bogus" fees.